More encrypted connections, more security, more customers.
When visitors load a website over plain HTTP, their connection to the site is not encrypted. This means anyone on the network can look at any information going back and forth, or even modify the contents of the site before it gets to them. With HTTPS, their connection to the site is encrypted, so eavesdroppers are locked out, and information (like passwords or credit card info) will be private when sent to the site.
The more confident customers are, the more the orders increase.
Avoiding the “Not Secure Warning” in Chrome
“Not Secure Warning” In Chrome Browsers for websites without SSL certificates
Chrome’s “not secure” warning helps visitors understand when the connection to the site they’re on isn’t secure.
Resolve warnings – You can do it!
To ensure that the Not Secure warning is not displayed for your pages, you must ensure that all forms containing
<input type=password> elements and any inputs detected as credit card fields are present only on secure origins. This means that the top-level page must be HTTPS and, if the
input is in an iframe, that iframe must also be served over HTTPS.
Eventually, Chrome will show a Not Secure warning for all pages served over HTTP, regardless of whether or not the page contains sensitive input fields. Even if you adopt one of the more targeted resolutions above, you should plan to migrate your site to use HTTPS for all pages.
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